THE REVIEWS ARE IN
"... Kilroy does what he does best -- throw us into a cesspool of intrigue by deftly selecting what he wants to show us, one chapter at a time, until we're practically 'dying' to know more." -- New York Book Pundit
"Solo is a complex character with both vulnerability and strength. Hesomehow represents the 'outlier,' the misjudged or the misunderstood.His unravelling is what makes this story incredibly gripping." -- MARKUS Indie Book Reviews
"(Solo is) a novel of human suffering and madness, time and place shifting and moral lessons worthy of Vonnegut. Or at the very least, Serling." -- Herald-Star online
"My favorite part of this entire book has to be the bizarre plot line. As a writer myself, I often find myself disappointed when I've figured out the intended twists and turns of a book long before I ever reach theend of it. I can honestly say that was not a problem with Solo. Just when I thought I had figured it out - BAM! - Kilroy would pull a fast one and totally leave me speechless." -- The Write Reflection
About the Author
Since he wrote his first book at the age of 8about "The Venusians" for a school project, Mike Kilroy has been hookedon writing. An award-winning journalist for more than two decades, Kilroy hasnow authored three novels: the best-selling, post-apocalyptic tome "NineMeals," the swashbuckling young adult science fiction tale "The 17,"and "Solo," a book about the monsters that live inside all of us.